OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

As our world slowly emerges from its COVID-imposed isolationism, many wrestle with the changes they see and the rebuilding that needs to take place.
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While in his second letter, the Apostle John warned the church against showing hospitality to the bad guys (vv. 10, 11), in his third
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Short doesn’t necessitate insignificance. Brevity doesn’t mean a lack of gravity. Today we begin our series, “Biblical Postcards,” in which we are studying some
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God’s people are blessed to be a blessing. That’s been the over-arching theme of the Joseph narrative and its a main thrust of Genesis
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The world in which we live is marred by hurt and fear, imperfection and injustice, brokenness and frustration. Some people don’t merely notice this,
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God’s people have been given a number of difficult tasks—assignments that, at times, appear overwhelming and nearly unachievable. However, as we study them in
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As the Joseph narrative arrives at one of its climactic moments, the spotlight lands on the brothers. While, back in chapter 37, these men
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While the battle with fear and anxiety is not unique to the days in which we’re living, our current cultural reality has exposed and
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It’s a question that all of God’s people must ask and answer for themselves: Is the God we serve and worship worthy of our
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God’s people are agents of divine blessing when we demonstrate, share, and defend the life-giving, thirst-quenching water of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. What
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If a Christian remains exposed to the harsh elements of sin for an extended period of time, signs of the life we have in
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The Bible has much to teach about living godly lives in the midst of uncertain times. Perhaps nowhere is this more the case than
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